How Are These 4 Energy Stocks Moving On ASX - OSH, ORG, WPL, COE

  • Mar 30, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine
How Are These 4 Energy Stocks Moving On ASX - OSH, ORG, WPL, COE

The outlook for the Energy sector seems to be a positive due to the recent rise in the commodity prices which is why many investors are keeping a close on eye the Energy Stocks. Let have a look at few Energy stocks and how they are moving on ASX.

Oil Search Limited (ASX: OSH)

The energy company, Oil Search Limited (ASX: OSH) is holding significant interests in various major undeveloped gas fields. Currently, the company is having extensive appraisal and exploration portfolio with a 29 percent stake in the PNG LNG Project making Oil Search a regionally significant oil and gas producer.

In the past one year, the share price of the company increased by 9.41% on ASX, however, in the last six months the share price decreased by 12.40% as on 28 March 2019. It has 52 weeks high of $9.265 and 52 weeks low of $6.700.

At the time of writing (29 March 2019 AEST 03:08 PM), the share price of Oil Search was trading at $7.915 with the market capitalization of circa $12.05 billion.

Origin Energy Limited (ASX: ORG)

Origin Energy Limited (ASX: ORG) recently delivered a solid performance in the half year period ended 31 December 2019 with Statutory Profit of $796 million as compared to the Statutory Loss of $136 million in pcp. During the period, the company was majorly benefitted from the higher commodity prices and reliable operations from Australia Pacific LNG. In recent years, the company has significantly reduced its debt and improved its business performance.

In the past one year, the share price of Origin Energy Limited decreased by 18.31% on ASX, and in the last six months, the share price decreased by 12.47% as on 28 March 2019. It has 52 weeks high of $10.270 and 52 weeks low of $6.030.

At the time of writing (29 March 2019 AEST 03:08 PM), the share price of Origin Energy was trading at $7.230 with the market capitalization of circa $12.72 billion.

Woodside Petroleum Ltd (ASX: WPL)

Australia’s leading Natural gas producer, Woodside Petroleum Ltd (ASX: WPL) reported a net profit after tax of $1.36 billion in 2018, up 28% on 2017 which allowed the company to deliver a fully franked dividend for the year of US$1.44 per share.

In the past one year, the share price of Woodside Petroleum increased by 19.15% on ASX, however, in the last six months the share price of the company decreased by 9.69% as on 28 March 2019. It has 52 weeks high of $39.380 and 52 weeks low of $28.950.

At the time of writing (29 March 2019 AEST 03:17 PM), the share price of Woodside Petroleum Ltd was trading at $34.73 with the market capitalization of circa $32.62 Bn.

Cooper Energy Limited (ASX: COE)

Oil and gas exploration company, Cooper Energy Limited (ASX: COE) is an emerging player in the south-east Australian energy sector. Recently, the company completed the offshore construction phase of the Sole Gas Project, and in the next three months, it is planning to complete south-east Australia’s first offshore gas development in 6 years at the Sole gas field.

In the past one year, the share price of Cooper Energy increased by 63.93% on ASX, however, in the last six months the share price of the company only increased by 9.89% as on 28 March 2019. It has 52 weeks high of $0.525 and 52 weeks low of $0.292.

At the time of writing (29 March 2019 AEST 03:17 PM), the share price of Cooper Energy Limited was trading at $0.497 with the market capitalization of circa $810.78 Mn.


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